MATTHEW PILLSBURY

SAT MAR 21 2015 — FRI MAY 8 2015

Matthew Pillsbury was born in Neuilly, France in 1973. After receiving a MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York; Matthew Pillsbury focuses on creating large black-and-white photographs using an 8×10 camera. He takes long exposures, often an hour or two, of people working with computers, using handheld electronic devices or watching television. Matthew Pillsbury’s photos are among the collections of renowned museums, including the Guggenheim and the Tate Modern. In 2007, Mr. Pillsbury won the prestigious Fondation HSBC pour la Photographie award for the visual acuity of his work.

MATTHEW PILLSBURY - Save Venice’s Capriccio Veneziano, Edwin Austin Abbey Room, Boston Public Library, 2014
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MATTHEW PILLSBURY

Save Venice’s Capriccio Veneziano, Edwin Austin Abbey Room, Boston Public Library, 2014
MATTHEW PILLSBURY - Save Venice’s Capriccio Veneziano, Edwin Austin Abbey Room, Boston Public Library, 2014

MATTHEW PILLSBURY

Save Venice’s Capriccio Veneziano, Edwin Austin Abbey Room, Boston Public Library, 2014
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20 x 24 inch archival pigment print
edition of 10	

30 x 40 inch archival pigment print
edition of 6
	
50 x 60 inch archival pigment print
edition of 2

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